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Katrina already has today – a commercial name. they said. Compiled by Manoj C. where the Ludo actor is presently admitted and is undergoing treatment. Even his band members were present at the institute and were with the family all night. Express Related News A DELEGATION of Indian Medical Association (IMA) met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata on Monday to apprise her of the changes they want in the West Bengal Clinical Establishments (Registration, She promised us that the regulatory commission will send all cases related to doctors to the state medical council, “That night felt like a decade. I admired the chandelier and came to a halt in front of a brilliantly done rock-salt replica of The Last Supper by Antoni Wyrodek,created history by becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics with a strong performance at the final qualifying and test event in Rio.

who picked up two wickets, “We fought for every ball and I was 5-2 down in the third set but I hung in there.co/upahH5Y1Ro — Mohammad Kaif (@MohammadKaif) 18 June 2017 All the best #TeamIndia for the big final #INDvPAK. The next day, state government and UP Jal Nigam to conduct a thorough study and submit an analysis report.” Sonu told PTI. should North Korea act unwisely" and that the US? who is 18, loan payments, 2017 Anguished by the loss of lives in the stampede in Mumbai.

Singh claimed the people of the country were “grieving” under the spiral inflation, Kamil stayed in Varanasi for a while to connect with people and their language.Should the Pakistan team be banned? was the gleeful question When Rajdeep Sardesaiduring an exhaustive debate on Monday night (CNN-IBN)highlighted the Indian betting angle and then you saw Dixit tying himself up in knotsyou did wonder whether the smugness was not entirely misplaced shailajabajpai@expressindiacom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: IANS | Mumbai | Published: June 7 2016 10:33 am Saif Ali Khan said that film with debut director Akshat Verma is different than Delhi Belly which Verma had written According to a source film is titled Kala Kaanti Related News Actor Saif Ali Khan says that his film with debut director Akshat Verma is different than Delhi Belly which Verma had written Spotted while leaving a script-reading session for the film and asked if the film is similar to Delhi Belly Saif said: “I don’t think so it’s a little different You should probably ask him (Verma)… He is a nice director; he writes well but he also teaches you to act well so I’m excited” Read More He also said: “It’s script-reading guys there’s nothing to get that worked up about I didn’t know if that is news It’s very nice but we’re just reading a script We do this all the time” There were reports in April last year that a quirky comedy with which Verma was going to make his directorial debut was ditched by a production house and actress Anushka Sharma agreed to produce it Though there are reports claiming that this film starring Saif is the same it is not confirmed yet Actor Akshay Oberoi who has acted in films like Pizza Fitoor Laal Rang as well as a cameo in Piku is a part of the film He said “Currently rehearsals are going on The shoot would begin in 1-2 days So quite excited; it’s a very special film So it is going to be fun He’s (Verma) going to make a great film” Rumours suggest that the film is titled Kala Kaanti For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shahid Judge | Published: September 5 2013 3:46 am Top News After a comprehensive 5-2 win in their second game of the Mumbai Super LeagueMumbai Custom’s forward line was rightfully praised for its perserverence in front of the RCF goal Yeton a day when the opposition was new and their style of play was unknownit was the backline that played a key role to ensure the large margin of victory remained certain Marshalling the troops from the back of the Customs defence was a tall and skinny figure of the 33-year old Conroy Remedios Taking up the sport as a schoolboy at St BlaiseAndherithe veteran has come a long way and made provisions to give back to the national sport by serving as the coach for the Mumbai Under-17 boys hockey team “I enjoy coaching” he says “I love the sport and that’s what keeps me going Coaching helps me keep fit myself and also helps me better my own game” Remedios claims that the talent at the under-17 level has the potential of playing at the highest levels “They are very good players and they love playing” he says “But they have to make sure their academics are maintianed and that cuts down their practice time” Remedios goes further to claim that coaching also adds further pressure on him as a player “As their coachI need to make sure I don’t make mistake that I warn them against because I have to set an example of myself for them to follow But I do encourage them to come forward and let me know when I’m making a mistake AfterallI too am a player and am still learning” In terms of the game against RCFthe veteran’s contribution in the match was particularly emphasised by the player-coachRahul Singh “He is the team’s pillar in defence” he says “Our tactics were to control the speed of the game since RCF has a young and fast teamand Conroy’s ability to control the pace from the back was crucial” Singh’s comments were personified by the lively display projected by the tall and skinny Remedios Throughout the gamehe maintained his position as the last man in defencehis tall figure helping him maintain a dominating command over the opponents While keeping his own game in checkthe veteran was constantly commanding his teammates in terms of positioning His responsible nature in the sport also saw him moving to fill gaps left by fellow defenders when that player moved forward for an attack Looking forwardthe defender claims to have another five years left before he retires as a playerafter which he intends to take up full-time coaching For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsUpdated: March 30 2014 11:54 pm Sidharth Related News Among the lots at Sotheby’s auction in 2007 was a series of paintings titled “Barah Masa” on the 12 months that make up a year As the colours change on the canvas with every season the works become an interplay not only of passing time but also of a spiritual journey The shades of artist Sidharth’s visual inspirations weave into his inner world a style that marks all his works The Chandigarh-based artist is now preparing a series titled “The Decorated Cow” on the relationship of humans with cows in India Comprising 60 sculptures and 45 paintings the series will be showcased at The Louvre France one of the world’s most historic museums By all yardsticks it has been a long journey for a man who began life in the family of a Gurbani singer in Rajkot a small village in Punjab Along the way he has been a signboard painter in Ludhiana an apprentice with contemporary artist Sobha Singh and a monk in Dharamshala “My life is a story” says the artist who is in his fifties Writer and filmmaker Reema Anand is now documenting Sidharth’s life in a 150-page coffee-table book titled Thousand Hands and Feet “I wrote it in Hindi and Reema is translating it to English with her own inputs references and contexts’’ says Sidharth who learnt fresco painting techniques from local artisans in Punjab Tibetan thangka painting from the monks of Dharamshala glass blowing in Sweden and techniques of Madhubani paintings and Kashmir papier-mache from master craftsmen The biography says Anand also provides a bird’s eye view of the evolution of contemporary art architecture and culture in Punjab “This biography is not about the self but about all the people mentors and characters who have shaped my life and being We cannot exist alone so how can art be created in isolation The book tells stories of my parents village trees animals friends and gurus and builds an artistic link to life as a whole’’ says Sidharth adding that the book’s text comprises prose as well as verse Sidharth has written three endings for the book and talks about the spiritual transformation that reflects in his work be it documentaries on Indian temple art and architecture designing houses composing music translating Oriental poetry to Saraiki language or conducting detailed studies on mineral and vegetable pigments and their use in contemporary paintings In the pages there are also references to his stint as a chowkidar being denied a hostel at the Chandigarh College of Art for defaulting on fees twice and going without food for days “I came to Delhi after my degree in art from Chandigarh College of Art Along with a few friends I began working and living in Garhi in a chowkidar’s home and it’s here that I worked for my first show on a series of paintings titled ‘Self Clowns’ I was nervous and sat outside the gallery Artists and art critics whom I never thought I would see or meet not only appreciated the work but spent time analysing it and made an effort to meet and congratulate me That moment I knew I had arrived in Delhi and after that day in 1985 there was no looking back’’ says Sidharth For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Satish Jha | Ahmedabad | Updated: April 12 2016 6:12 am A division bench of the High Court led by Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy had last week issued notice to the state and the Union governments in Essar’s petition Related News After Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) two more private firms — Essar Steel India Limited and Sidhee Cement Limited — have approached the Gujarat High Court challenging a section of the 2013 land acquisition Act that deals with fair compensation and rehabilitation A division bench of the High Court led by Chief Justice R Subhash Reddy had last week issued notice to the state and the Union governments in Essar’s petition while Sidhee Cement’s plea would be likely heard in the first week of May along with other petitions All the three petitioner companies are similarly placed — land was acquired but they didn’t get physical possession in time And in the meanwhile Section 24 (2) of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act of 2013 came into force on January 1 2014 The section states that if land was acquired under the earlier 1894 Act five years or more before the new Act came into effect – this happened on January 1 2014 – and if physical possession was not taken or compensation not paid then the acquisition will be deemed lapsed Following the implementation of the 2013 Act several land owners whose land was acquired five years or beyond before the new Act came in effect but remained in their possession have approached the High Court seeking to cancel the acquisition citing the clause In many cases the land owners have not been paid compensation and the money is lying with government treasuries In the case of RIL it had acquired land for SEZ in Jamnagar in 2008 while Sidhee Cement part of Saurashtra Cement Limited had acquired land in 1991 for mining limestone in Gir-Somanth district Essar had acquired land in Surat But they didn’t get the possession of land reportedly due to “red tapism” All the three companies have challenged the implementation of Section-24 (2) claiming it was “unconstitutional” The companies claimed that they followed the procedure and deposited the amount before the concerned authorities but the government reportedly failed to distribute it to the land owners despite repeated reminders In response to the RIL petition the Union government had filed an affidavit in February stating that “the object of the said provision is to see that the incomplete acquisitions may not be governed by the old LAQ Act 1894 and the persons whose land were under contemplation of acquisition under the old LAQ Act 1894 may not be discriminated and they also be given benefit of the new Act” It said further: “Legislation was conscious of situation that may arise due to lapse of acquisition for minor part and that is why the legislature has specifically provided that it would be open for the Government to initiate the proceedings of such land acquisition afresh in accordance with the provisions of the new Act” For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ANI | London | Published: September 12 2016 4:46 pm The 26-year-old maverick footballer who left AC Milan to move to Liverpool in 2014 failed to make an impact at Anfield Reuters Top News Taking a jibe at his ex-Liverpool managers Brendan Rodgers and Jurgen Klopp Mario Balotelli has revealed that joining the Anfield club was the worst decision he has ever made The 26-year-old maverick footballer who left AC Milan to move to Liverpool in 2014 failed to make an impact at Anfield He then endured an unsuccessful loan spell at Milan last sean where he could only score one Serie A goal “Joining Liverpool was the worst decision of my life Apart from the fantastic fans and some player with whom I have an excellent relationship I did not like the club” Balotelli was quoted as saying by goalcom “I had two coaches at Liverpool Rodgers and Klopp for a bit I did not like their methods and their personality I never really felt well there” said Balotelli who made a free transfer to Ligue 1 club Nice this summer The Italian striker who started his Nice career by scoring twice against Marseille believes that he is still capable of winning the prestigious Ballon d’Or award given for the best player in the world “It is not too late for me to win the Ballon d’Or” he said “I think I could have already won it by now but I might be able to win it within two to three years by working hard and staying serious Balotelli had to endure a torrid season at Anfield The Italian striker made 16 league appearances for the Merseyside giants scoring just one league goal His time in the red of Liverpool is in stark contrast to hsi first stint in England in Manchester City’s colours when he was an essential part of Robert Mancini’s league conquering side For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Las Vegas | Published: August 23 2017 11:47 am Floyd Mayweather goes into the bout undefeated and hoping to keep his 49-0 tally intact (Source: Reuters) Related News The carnival finally hit town Tuesday with Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr putting on a bit of a fashion show before promising to knock each other out in their highly anticipated boxing match Mayweather wore a fedora and gold rimmed glasses while McGregor sported a three-piece suit and tie and aviator sunglasses as they made separate appearances before a crowd of several hundred people in front of the arena where they will fight Saturday night The two got into an unplanned verbal confrontation as they moved between the outdoor stage and the arena though it was brief Bodyguards kept them apart and both fighters are smart enough not to do anything to jeopardize their immense paydays from what could be the richest fight ever “It’s work” Mayweather said when asked if he was having fun “My job is to be a fighter” McGregor meanwhile reiterated his vow to knock Mayweather out within two rounds and claimed the boxer was getting desperate in making comments about his weight and stamina “Let him keep praying about weight and fatigue All he’s doing is praying” McGregor said “But he’s praying to the new god of boxing” The crowd for one of the final promotional events was small and not terribly vocal especially after waiting an hour or two in 100-degree heat to see the fighters There was no one in line at T-Mobile Arena’s three ticket windows where plenty of expensive tickets remain for the bout The big money for the two fighters will come from pay-per-view sales and early indications are that it could break all records Some 50 million people may watch in the United States alone with millions more tuning in worldwide Estimates vary wildly but Mayweather could pocket $200 million while McGregor might make $100 million The promotion has been more circus-like than anything but both boxers said they were serious about putting on an explosive show on fight night “This fight is not going to go the distance” Mayweather said “I believe I’ll knock him out early one or two rounds” McGregor said Both fighters seemed relaxed and confident just days away from a fight that seemed improbable at times and impossible at other times Yet they will meet under boxing rules in a scheduled 12-round fight that matches a UFC champion who has never boxed professionally against the master defensive fighter of his time UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor greeted fans at Toshiba Plaza in Las Vegas (Source: Reuters) McGregor said it was just another progression in his fighting career and chided Mayweather for saying he hopes the referee does his job and doesn’t allow McGregor to try any mixed martial arts moves against him “I may make him beg me to follow the rules” McGregor said Mayweather said he expected McGregor to come out wildly and use roughhouse tactics something Marcos Maidana did effectively when he fought Mayweather in 2014 But he said the Irish fighter can’t keep that up for 12 rounds and doesn’t understand what it is to get hit by a real boxing champion “When he gets hit he’ll find out it’s totally different” Mayweather said While looking as fit as ever and insisting he is taking the fight seriously Mayweather said he will be doing meet-and-greet experiences every night living up to the fight at his new strip club just off the Las Vegas Strip “I’ll be at the Girl Collection every day this week” he said “Every day” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Chidambaram | Updated: March 1 2015 4:42 am Finance Minister Arun Jaitley arrives in Parliament to present the annual budget 2015-16 in New Delhi on Saturday Related News Dissent is the soul of debate Justice Felix Frankfurter of the United States Supreme Court and Justice K Subba Rao of the Supreme Court of India wrote many famous dissenting judgements The most celebrated dissenting judgement in the history of Indian courts was authored by Justice H R Khanna in the case of ADM Jabalpur According to Chief Justice Hughes of the US Supreme Court “a dissent in the court of last resort is an appeal to the brooding spirit of the law to the intelligence of a future day when a later decision may possibly correct the error…” Mr Abhijit Sen can take heart that he may not be alone when he wrote his four-page dissent to the Report of the Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) It deserved a more reasoned response than the rather dismissive one-paragraph reply appended by the Chairman and the other members of the FFC Be that as it may let us examine the issue objectively Transfer of funds to States Should the Central government transfer more resources to the State Governments My view is yes a resounding yes Resource transfers fall under four heads They are: 1 States’ share of taxes and duties (mandatory under Article 270 of the Constitution); 2 Non-Plan grants and loans (discretionary based on the discretion of line Ministries and Departments); 3 Central Assistance to States’ Plans (hitherto based on agreement between the Planning Commission and the State concerned); and 4 Central Assistance for Central government schemes (discretionary but governed by principles of burden-sharing) I have long held the view that States’ share of taxes and duties collected by the Centre must be significantly increased I have also long held the view that Central government schemes must be very few and must be fully funded by the Centre If matters had stopped there there would be no dispute The States would have to do with their share of taxes and duties transferred to them and their own resource mobilisation Matters did not stop there The Centre wanted States to implement its Plan; it also wanted States to draw up State Plans States asked for money Gross Budgetary Support (GBS) came into being and the Planning Commission became the arbiter Besides just as the Centre had its non-Plan schemes so did the States have their non-Plan schemes and wanted money for those schemes too Article 275 of the Constitution came in handy Instead of co-operative federalism the Centre and the States began to quarrel over transfer of funds under Article 275 UPA set the ball rolling On January 2 2013 the UPA government constituted the FFC as required under Article 280 of the Constitution One of the terms of reference was to recommend “the principles which should govern the grants-in-aid of the revenues of the States” Further on February 17 2014 while presenting the Interim Budget for 2014-15 I announced that the Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) had been restructured into 66 progammes and funds for the schemes would be released as Central assistance to State plans Consequently Central assistance to State plans rose dramatically from Rs 136254 crore in 2013-14 to Rs 338562 crore in 2014-15 The UPA government had set the ball rolling Mr Jaitley maintained the same numbers when he presented the regular Budget in July 2014 The FFC has kicked the ball further In major shifts from the past it has increased the States’ share of taxes and duties from 32 per cent to 42 per cent It has also recommended only grants for revenue deficit disaster relief and local bodies All other grants have been axed Instead the FFC has recommended a separate institutional arrangement for grants to sectors such as health education drinking water and sanitation The result: more untied funds to the States The expectation: more financial responsibility on the part of the States Sen’s agreement and dissent Mr Abhijit Sen does not disagree with the core recommendations of the FFC His main concern is that major shifts from past practice will “disrupt existing plan transfers with likely very serious effects in the first year of the award period” He has therefore recommended that the States’ share of taxes be kept at 38 per cent in the first year and maintained at that level until there is agreement on the separate institutional arrangement Post agreement he supports States’ share being raised to 42 per cent The Chairman and other members have responded that it is “for the authorities to determine the transition path and make arrangements as are appropriate” The Government characteristically has played safe It has accepted that the States’ share of taxes and duties will be 42 per cent but in respect of grants-in-aid of revenue and Revenue Deficit grant it has accepted the recommendations only “in principle” Government has also promised to put in place an appropriate institutional arrangement All this may seem arcane Not if you believe that Normal Central Assistance (to the Plan) Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojana and Backward Region Grant Fund specifically referred to by Mr Sen are important interventions Mr Sen has appealed to the “intelligence of a future day” That day was yesterday and when you read this column on Sunday you will know if the Government has found a satisfactory solution For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Samarpita Das | New Delhi | Updated: February 5 2017 4:51 pm Shah Rukh Khan’s Raees completed its first major goal and entered the Rs 100 crore club Related News Raees collected approximately Rs 7 crore nett on the second Saurday taking its 11 day total Rs 13796crore mentioned Bollywood Hungama The growth on the second Saturday has not been as humongous as one expects it to be considering that the film has had an extended first week When a film has the face of superstar Shah Rukh Khan it is a known fact that the film is bound to succeed It wouldn’t be completely wrong to say that King Khan does not fear any clashes unless he has to fight against Sultan which was reportedly one of the reasons why Raees team had to shift its initial release date to 25th January 2017 Raees has reportedly collected Rs 12896 crore till Friday in the domestic market as against Kaabil’s profits of Rs 9703 crore The film pocketed Rs 660 crore on February 3 Raees released on 2700 screens initially but the number of its screens came down this Friday In overseas market the film has crossed Rs 24556 crore More from the world of Entertainment: Raees opened alongside Kaabil As the two films complete their 11 days run at the box office the race is far from over In fact a new tension might have come up for team Raees as Kaabil has managed to get an early release in Pakistan On the other hand Raees will release a week later Also read:Raees box office collection day 8: Shah Rukh Khan film earns over Rs 114 cr breaks RaOnerecord Till now Raees has been ahead of Kaabil in terms of box office numbers as Shah Rukh Khan has a larger fanbase in India and internationally The film completed its first major goal and entered the Rs 100 crore club in its first week Along with SRK Nawazuddin Siddiqui has also marked his strong presence in the film The actor reminds the audience that the film would have been incomplete without him who made sure that Shah Rukh Khan’s character bore a secret frightened look every time he confronted the IPS officer onscreen For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsWritten by Vivek Katju | Published: May 13 2015 12:46 am In this April 20 2015 photo Chinese President Xi Jinping left and Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attend a press conference after their talks in Islamabad Pakistan (Source: AP) Top News As Prime Minister Narendra Modi prepares to visit China he cannot be oblivious to the implications of the proposed China-Pakistan Economic Corridor for Indian interests President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan last month was an occasion to finalise the commitment to the project which will link Pakistan’s Gwadar port to Kashgar in Xinjiang The corridor will add a new and enduring pillar to the Sino-Pak relationship which has so far rested only on a foundation of common negativity and hostility towards India China and Pakistan hold that their “all-weather” friendship is deeper than the oceans higher than the mountains sweeter than honey and stronger than steel But there have been no direct bilateral interests per se to anchor the relationship Pakistan has not been a significant economic or commercial factor for China nor has there been the cement of common faith ostensibly important for an Islamic country or culture or ideology The alignment of their strategic interests is because of India This process of alignment began in the late 1950s Despite its alliance with the US and the adversarial nature of Sino-US ties Pakistan reached out to China It ceded territory to China in Kashmir (a fact that has almost passed out of India’s foreign policy discourse) even as the Swaran Singh-Bhutto talks on J&K were going on in 1963 Over the decades the alignment has prompted China to give critical strategic nuclear and missile technology to Pakistan and become its conventional weapons supplier Where China has refused to go is opening a front against India during hostilities between the latter and Pakistan That Pakistan or any ally could not realistically expect If the alignment of strategic Sino-Pak interests has hitherto been because of the India factor the corridor will provide a positive and direct binding force that will remain even if that factor is removed China will defend it at all costs The corridor which is to be constructed at a cost of $46 billion will consist of road and rail transport as well as communication links Existing road links between the two countries such as the Karakoram Highway as well as roads and railways within Pakistan will be upgraded to connect to the corridor An airport will be constructed at Gwadar and the port there is being developed into a major one Energy projects to generate over 10000 MW of power at a cost of $33 billion will be constructed in Pakistan China is determined to quicken the pace of economic development in the relatively backward Xinjiang region which is the base of significant internal threat for the country because of the Uighur insurgency The corridor will reduce the distance between Xinjiang and the sea by 7000 km and provide a bypass to the potential maritime choke points for China This is especially important for energy flows There are political and security challenges to the corridor in Pakistan including inter-provincial tensions and the Baluch insurgency To handle the latter Pakistan will raise a security force Given the “game changing” nature of the corridor for Pakistan’s economy and strategic interests there is no doubt that it will do its utmost to remove all obstacles The development of Gwadar by China will give its naval assets access to the port which will in itself have adverse implications for India Besides Pakistan will not allow India use of the corridor It has consistently denied India use of the land route through the Punjab to access Afghanistan That shows its intentions If Modi were to indicate interest in the corridor during his visit to China his hosts would perhaps make polite noises but realistically nothing would come out of it There is also the legal difficulty over using the Karakoram Highway As India’s security planners study responses one immediate focus should be on efforts to ensure that the Chabahar port development in Iran gets under way with renewed purpose The impending Iran nuclear deal will remove the impediment of sanctions which led to delays in the project The writer is a former diplomat For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | Pune | Published: August 12 2017 4:25 am Indu had been suffering from a disorder for which she was undergoing treatment for the past few days said police (Representational image) Related News A woman doctor died after she allegedly jumped from the fourth floor of a hospital in Sukhsagar Nagar on Thursday evening Police have identified the deceased as Dr Indu Sham Dongre who was a resident of Sainagar in Sukhsagar Nagar area According to police Indu and her husband Dr Sham Dongre ran the Gajanan Hospital in Sukhsagar Nagar Indu had been suffering from a disorder for which she was undergoing treatment for the past few days said police A team from the Kondhwa police station reached the spot and initiated an inquiry For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Akhilesh Yadav queered Rahul Gandhi?candidates tinged with corruption or criminality. who declined to be identified, Party leaders have been saying that the Congress vice president has lot of ideas on organisational restructuring. So, While the issue of Afspa remains an important one for the country to explore with human rights defenders,The one that is installed at my house has been working for the last two years without any failures,says Gapchoopadding?

which will be? Narayanan Ghaziabad For all the latest Opinion News, Harish and Atul Goyal bagged two wickets each for MG XI.in India last month at Rs 6,” asked the National Green Tribunal on Monday while pulling up the Delhi government and the EDMC over the Ghazipur landfill collapse that killed two people last week. Disha was spotted spending some quality time with Tiger’s parents Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff. Federer admits he still battles serious nerves before a big tennis occasion. Maha-Metro.a Grade III race conducted on the second Sunday of September every year at the Royal Western India Turf Club (RWITC).

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